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Jacobs wins trio of nuclear projects

02/04/2014: Jacobs has won a contract supporting development of the proposed new nuclear power stations at Hinkley Point in Somerset and a separate contract to provide technical support to the UK’s Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR). more »

Interserve picked for proton beam unit

01/04/2014: The Christie NHS Foundation Trust has awarded Interserve a contract to design, build and co-ordinate a high-energy proton beam therapy unit. more »

Man City picks Laing O'Rourke for stadium expansion

01/04/2014: Laing O’Rourke has been picked to expand Manchester City’s stadium, which was originally constructed for the 2002 Commonwealth Games. more »

Cavendish/Fluor team scoops £7bn Magnox deal

01/04/2014: The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) has named a partnership of Fluor and Babcock-subsidiary Cavendish Nuclear as preferred bidder for decommissioning 12 nuclear sites. more »

Carillion wins £200m hospitals FM contract

31/03/2014: Carillion has been selected as preferred bidder for a £200m support services contract to be awarded by Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust. more »

Seven win places on £196m North Wales schools framework

31/03/2014: Four local building companies are among seven contractors that have won places on a new schools framework covering North Wales. more »

BAM bags £20m Teesside University deal

28/03/2014: BAM has been selected to build a new teaching block in the centre of Teesside University’s campus in Middlesbrough. more »

Race starts for £22m Royal Free lab

28/03/2014: London’s Royal Free Hospital is seeking expressions of interest from contractors able to design and build its planned Institute of Immunity & Transplantation. more »

Miller closes on £78m retirement homes PFI

27/03/2014: Miller Construction has reached financial close on a £78m housing construction project in North Tyneside. more »

Chippenham campus clears planning

27/03/2014: Construction of a £21m college campus in Chippenham is set to begin in May after securing planning permission from Wiltshire Council. more »

Westminster highways hat-trick worth £450m to FM Conway and WSP

26/03/2014: FM Conway has won three maintenance and improvement contracts with Westminster City Council valued at up to £450m. more »

British Land unveils Plymouth plans (videos)

26/03/2014: Plans for a £50m redevelopment in Plymouth city centre have been put to city councillors. more »

Progress on Folkestone garrison development

26/03/2014: Taylor Wimpey has exchanged contracts with the Ministry of Defence on a land deal that will see a 1200-home development start in Kent next year. more »

£310m investment in Humber wind industry

25/03/2014: Engineering giant Siemens is to spend £160m on the construction of new wind turbine facilities in Hull. more »

Bovis boosted by £80m PRS deal

24/03/2014: Bovis Homes has signed two separate deals worth a combined £80m to build houses for investors in the private rented sector (PRS). more »

Application in for £200m Hirwaun power plant

24/03/2014: Watt Power has lodged an application with the Planning Inspectorate to build a £200m gas-fired power plant at Hirwaun in South Wales. more »

Interserve to manage £30m redevelopment of Newcastle's old Co-op

21/03/2014: Property firm DTZ Investment Management (DTZIM) has joined forces with construction contractor Interserve to redevelop the former Co-operative department store in Newcastle city centre. more »

Kent County Council prepares £400m framework

21/03/2014: Kent County Council is preparing to draw up a panel of 15 building contractors to share in a workload worth up to £400m over four years. more »

McLaren starts £37m distribution centre in Amesbury

21/03/2014: McLaren Construction has won a £37m contract to design and build a distribution centre in Amesbury, Wiltshire for retail group TJ Morris. more »

SMEs encouraged to pitch for £1.1bn defence frameworks

20/03/2014: The Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) has unveiled two previously delayed regional construction framework contracts, together worth £1.1bn. more »

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